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sod off

v. Chiefly British Vulgar Slang
To go away. Used chiefly as a command.
See also: off, sod
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You can finally decide where you want to go on holiday, clear up what course you want to do at college or throw your hands in the air like you just don't care and sod off on a big yacht.
Sod off, devil - this is ending 24 years of hurt spent watching England getting thrashed in Australia.
It was almost as if Vauxhall thought kids were the ones signing the cheques, when in truth they were being encouraged to sod off over by the window to abuse the showroom's ornamental bamboos.
Can you imagine Sir Alex Ferguson (below) refusing to say anything on the eve of a big European tie or Tiger Woods telling the media to sod off before a Major?
I honestly told him to sod off - I thought it was a wind-up.
I feel it was a stronger move for them to reverse their decision and tell the AFA to sod off.
So when her Lois finally gets some gumption and simply tells everyone to sod off, there's little sense of where she might go under her own esteem.
If it's all the same to you, no thanks, now sod off.
Or maybe we should put one of those fairground signs at Dover which reads: "If your head reaches past this line you're too tall, so just sod off back to where you came from.
It would be easy for guys like Davie Weir, Alan Stubbs and Graham Alexander to sod off to the beach and never do a coaching badge.
If you've got to ask what bar billiards is you can sod off upstairs to the Great Men of Cardiff room.
But now I'm 40, I think, if you don't like it, you can sod off.
Tell all those lawyers and legal eagles who are disrupting the grieving process for your daughter to sod off and let you mourn in peace.
Especially as their taxes have paid to train most of the docs who now want to sod off to sunnier climes.
Oi @sterling31 sod off and choose to play for Jamaica if you're going to continue all this tired nonsense," read one message to Sterling.